Hi Again and welcome back for episode 08 of our new season 3.
Haven’t you always wished to gain a greater understanding of the mysterious and complicated field of plastic procedures? Finally, now you can. Get connected and learn! Tune in and bookmark the “Dr. Jeffrey Roth's Looking Good Feeling Great Podcast” with his co-host, Darrell Craig Harris.
For a start, you will be in no doubt about the love, passion, dedication, and empathy that Dr. Roth has for his patients and community. Plus, he always seems to add in a wonderful witty comment when you least expect it!
(PS: for Dr. Jeffrey Roth’s background, Bio, and reason for doing this show check out episode 01 of Season 1)
Here’s a taster for our new episode 08 - season 3.
In this new episode 08, firstly a Big Shout Out to all of you around the world for continuing to listen in. That interest and support has helped our podcast achieve this recent milestone of 100K + downloads. PS: Now hitting @ 160+K :)
Dr. Roth talks about the physical and mental stress coping training that medical professionals go through to maintain full wholistic patient focused support. Most patients needing a medical professional is either due to an accident or out of fear for a health challenge. But it’s often easy to forget that especially in a high stress situations medical surgeons/doctors/medical professionals are required to evaluate and make life saving decisions, which if they get wrong have very serious repercussions. Dr. Roth’s opinion is that working in the medical profession as a surgeon is a vocation rather than for the money or accolades.
Sadly, over 50% of highly trained US-based medical professionals have to first answer to someone else that has finance as the main priority rather than the patient. This extra stress/distraction for the physician when they need to evaluate and make a life sustaining decision can seriously waste time and compromise their ability to make the right choice. Fact: over 400 physicians a year commit suicide ~ this rate being higher than in the police force.
There is a flip side ~ within the medical industry and society as a whole. It seems that a greater sense of acknowledge change is vitally needed to once again allow the medical professional to fully focus their expertise, efforts and resources to the patient welfare. So, as a positive, this is actually the best time to be a physician in the history of man in Dr. Roth's opinion.
BTW - Dr Roth has a new updated website - so check it out - the website link is below. Don't forget to contact Dr Roth and his team if you have any questions that you'd like discussed on upcoming podcast episodes.
This is just for starters, listen in and hear a lot more fascinating information, we hope you enjoy this fun/fact-filled episode.
So...remember that Dr. Roth is always keeping up to date with the latest procedures that are developed so that he and his care team can offer you the best they have on offer. PS: Don't forget if you have related questions or would like to hear about related plastic procedure topics. Please CONTACT our co-host Darrell Craig Harris, and he will endeavor to ask your plastic procedure-related question to Dr. Roth on air.
You'll find all our contact email on the main page or through our social media channels - Look forward to hearing from you.
Wow, and there's a lot more to hear... As this episode and future episodes progress you'll find YOU become more aware and gain a deeper appreciation of the complex world of plastic procedures - essentially a mix of the human body and mind engineering, coupled with great artistry and foresight. Plus, let's not forget ALL the special and helpful products and procedures. This is an industry that truly focuses on helping YOU Look Good and Feel Great...
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See You soon for Episode 09 of Season 3.
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